Learning Programme | Our Place In Space

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Space for Learning

Our STEAM-based programme will encourage innovative thinking about how we might better share and protect our planet now and in the future. Download exclusive new learning resources, take part in our creative challenges and find out how to book a workshop.

Our Place in Space Minecraft World

A new Minecraft Education adventure inspired by Our Place in Space is here! Journey through the solar system, stopping off at each of the planets and exploring historical events back on Earth.

A child's drawing of a rocket, featuring a hand colouring in with a pencil.

Creative Challenges

Check out our creative challenges that inspire learners to think in new ways about our world. Each challenge will be led by expert presenters and thinkers including astronauts, writers, car designers and musicians. For school and home, deep-space thinking for everyone!

A white table is covered in colourful (red, yellow, green) plastic alphabet letters and numbers. In the middle, an ipad tablet shows one of Oliver Jeffers illustrations reading, 'If we shrank it all down so a single step took us to the moon', with a drawing of a leg and foot stepping off the moon.


A suite of Learning Resources designed by Oliver Jeffers, written by Professor Stephen Smartt and created by Nerve Centre will be free to download for schools across the UK and Internationally. All resources are curriculum mapped at Key Stage 2 and Key Stage 4.

A girl drawn in Oliver Jeffer's distinctive style with blue skin, is holding a small red rocket.

School Visits & Workshops

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